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If you're decent, no womanizer, less than 35 years old, financially very stable, do not smoke or do drugs, write to me. I had a few Singaporean/Malaysian Indian friends growing up and have met some friendly Indian Malaysian gals. This is not true of all peoples who claim to be Muslims.
She's sweet, loyal, educated, petite, Catholic Christian, largely westernized but also with Asian values like mine. I have to agree with what the Muslim chap here said about Islam trumping everything else. But if Islam is truly in your heart, you see not race or wealth. I was reading this today: Life as One of the Most-Persecuted Ethnic Groups on the Planet - Jeffrey Stern - The Atlantic But, all this said, my ex wife was born in Karachi to a Pakistani father and Indian Muslim mother, but moved to the US at sixteen.
If you're decent, no womanizer, less than 35 years old, financially very stable, do not smoke or do drugs, write to me. You have the India Indians who are very different in thinking from those of us who live outside India. We've had all types of races/nationalities marry into the family, but all were welcomed on condition that they shared our faith...we've had a Hindu, a Muslim, and a Buddhist all convert to our faith..different races, Tamil Indian, Pakistani and Chinese.
She's sweet, loyal, educated, petite, Catholic Christian, largely westernized but also with Asian values like mine. I consider myself a westernized Indian..and bred in Singapore. And the rest of my siblings married local Malayalee Indian, local Chinese, white French, white English and myself, white American.
I agreed to give his six-year old son guitar lessons.
Yeah, when my ex's brother met me for the first time, he was very nice; he had to report back to their family about me.
Dowry may have negative connations in the West and elsewhere due to the abuses related to it but there are many instances where its purpose was to simply help the young couple.
Yeah, I think that a lot of people in the West think of a dowry as "paying off" the other family...
a cousin of hers, also in Texas, married a white guy and they're both nonreligious.
The religious folks in her family were never anything but wonderful to me... My experience with her, as well as a couple other Indian-American girls I've dated, was that issues of religion aside, the family gossip mill was one of the biggest deterrents to marrying out, moreso than issues of "caste" or the dogged pursuit of tradition, or anything like that.